If you haven't already, here is your LAST CHANCE for two of you to win a FREE PLACE on THE VERY LAST Understanding Hallmarking course, which will take place at Assay Office Birmingham's historic home before the BIG MOVE to a new building this Summer.
In order to be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is answer the following questions:
1) What is the name of the 13th Assay Master of Assay Office Birmingham?
2) Who was the maker of this Dish & Cover and in what year was it hallmarked?
3) How long has Assay Office Birmingham been it it's current home on Newhall Street?
E-MAIL YOUR ANSWERS TO firstname.lastname@example.org WITH THE HEADING EASTER COMPETITION
To find out the answer for question 2, go to:
To find out the answer for question 3, go to:
As part of the hallmarking course you will have the chance to go behind the scenes of the Hallmarking floor, which is not open to the general public. During a special guided tour, you will see how Hallmarks are applied to precious metal items and jewellery and have the chance to have a go at Hallmarking. The course is ideal for those working in the jewellery or precious metal trades, collectors, and members of the public who would like to learn more about Hallmarking, including the history of Hallmarking in the UK and current legislation. The course provides three hours of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) activity.
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